Are there any other important dates?
Yes. In Wisconsin, a property's status (taxable or exempt) is determined as of January 1 of each year. January 1 is also important because even if an exemption has been granted for a given year, the assessor may review and even deny the exemption for the following year. The status of the property as of each new January 1 governs whether the property is entitled to exemption for that year.

March 15 and March 31 are also important dates, because they are deadlines for owners of already-exempt property to file certain reports.

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1. Can property be partially exempt?
2. If we are a tax-exempt organization for federal income tax purposes, do we automatically qualify for a property tax exemption?
3. If my organization currently owns property that is exempt, does additional property acquired by my organization automatically qualify for exemption?
4. If my organization does not own real estate, must it file an exemption application for its personal property?
5. Is there a filing deadline?
6. What if I miss the deadline?
7. Are there any other important dates?
8. Who makes the exemption determination?
9. Is the assessor required to notify me of the determination?
10. What if I disagree with the assessor's exemption determination?
11. If the exemption is granted, do I have further obligations?